From history to archeology, still today an ancient millstone for the pressing of grapes, dug into the millenary rock near the temple of Juno, testifies to the dedication of the Agrigentini to grapes and wine.

The wine of the Valley of the Temples echoes in the words of Empedocles of Agrigento and Diodorus Siculus, whose memory of the Tellia cellar with its 300 cisterns and its tub with a capacity of a thousand amphorae is famous.

The “Wine of the Valley” is born at the foot of the temple of Juno on soils of alluvial origin where the Nero d’Avola, Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio grapes make wines that bring back millenary traditions.

Let’s listen to Annalisa Pompeo‘s story.

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